This year I am participating in Bay Area Maker Faire!!! I am so exited to actually have a stand there. I am going to display my credit card sized Fillet Gauge which I got cut from stainless steel. My entry is on the Maker Faire website as well. Maker Fair Bay Area 2016 – Project […]
The Lover Heart was my first project/design that I published on Thingiverse. I created it for the S.T.E.A.M challenge on Thingiverse, Light it Up. The Lover Heart is a wearable accessory that starts lighting when 2 of them are next to each other. Thanks to its versatile stitching holes, you and your lover can use […]
After my win on the MakerEd Challenge, Fillet Gauge got mentioned in quite a few websites. This even includes the Makerbot Blog! Printing 3D Today Microfabricator 3D Print Makerbot Blog
Because the Apple Watch didn’t come with a dock to be charged, I designed a tidy and easy to print dock. First I tried to find a design on Thingiverse, but I was unlucky to find one that was easy to print and looked nice. So I went for my favorite solution: to make my […]
A few days ago, the winners of the MakerEd Project Challenge was announced. There were a total of 785 entries and the first place winner was my Fillet Gauge. When I first saw it I was extremely shocked and happy at the same time. I also won a Makerbot Replicator which was also very nice.
I got my inspiration from Noe Ruiz, and he saw the design and therefore it got mentioned on the Adafruit blog and their weekly 3D printing show 3D Hangouts on minute 31:47. 3D Printed Fillet Gauge by Tuna
I like to watch videos about designing tips, and while I was watching Noe Ruiz from Adafruit trying to design a case for the Apple TV remote, he couldn’t measure the radius on the edge. And I’ve had this issue as well when designing stuff with a curve. Then I thought: how can I solve […]